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Historic South Bohemia Walks Tour

divci kamen castle
Divci Kamen Castle

This seven-day tour combines some of the best South Bohemian towns and historic sights with a programme of optional walks. 

The tour includes

Trebon and the Lakes - We will visit this historic town of Trebon set in a UNESCO listed landscape of man-made lakes (optional walk around the World - the World being a historic fishpond through a variety of historic landscapes)

The Golden Trail - the trail was a1000 year old trade route which brought salt and wealth to the area. We will visit the ancient town of Prachatice with its beautifully decorated Renaissance houses, optional walk through to Libin lookout tower with spectacular views of the Sumava Forest. On the way back we will call in at the UNESCO-listed Bohemian village of Holasovice

Vyssi Brod and the Vltava - we will visit Vyssi Brod's Gothic abbey, walk along through a nature reserve along the banks of Vltava River to see the Devil's torrents. 

Ceske Budejovice - lots to see in the main city in the region - an old gothic church, museums and galleries, and of course Budweiser Budvar Brewery. Or you could just enjoy the city's many shops and restaurants.

From Zlata Koruna to Divci Kamen Castle - this railway walk starts at Zlata Koruna (another Gothic Abbey) before walking through lovely countryside around the Klet Mountain via small villages, and a celtic hillfort until we come to the ruins of Divci Kamen Castle, and from there it's a gentle walk to Holubov and the train  back to Ceske Budejovice.

Cesky Krumlov - a whole day in this UNESCO-listed town, with huge castle and over 300 historic buildings.


Above is a slideshow of elements of the tour. If it doesn't start automatically please click the arrow.

The tour gives a good insight into the history, nature and landscapes of South Bohemia. The walks are optional and vary in length.

Please contact admin@czechtours.co.uk for more information. Available for groups of six and more.

We will be staying in a 3* pension/hotels in Ceske Budejovice and Cesky Krumlov.


 

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